Iraq Executes 18; Nine More Killed in Attacks

Attacks left nine dead and 37 wounded. The Iraqi government announced that 18 men were executed over the last couple of weeks.

The Iraqi government said that 18 Iraqi men were executed during March. The men were found guilty on terrorism-related charges.

Three people were killed and 14 more were wounded when a car bomb was detonated in Mussayab.

A bomb in Madaen left two dead and 11 wounded when it exploded.

In Mosul, two soldiers were killed and one more was wounded in an I.E.D. bombing.

A mokhtar was assassinated in Baquba.

A sticky bomb killed a police officer in Tikrit.

A car bomb targeting a police colonel’s home in Dujail wounded seven people when it exploded. Among the injured were the colonel and his daughter.

In Kirkuk, a roadside bomb targeting a brigadier general in the Kurdish security forces wounded three bodyguards. One policeman was wounded in a blast targeting police dogs. A bomb targeting the provincial governor left no casualties.

Author: Margaret Griffis

Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for since 2006.